We are pleased to present this 1974 Triumph TR6. This car was
restored in the mid 90's and has only been driven 5200 miles since.
It has the original 2.5L engine that was rebuilt during the
restoration. All records of work done at that part are on file, as
well as all the original maintenance records! The 4 speed manual
transmission is original as well. Both still work fluidly with each
other. The 20 year red paint job still looks good, even if it is
not the original color. There is some pitting on the chrome that
was not restored. The interior with the exception of the dash was
also replace in the mid 90's and the carpet and seats are in great
condition. Black soft top is in good condition as well as the color
matching removable hard top. The black tonneau cover is in great
shape as well. We can arrange shipping to your location. If you
have any questions, please contact Savannah Classic Cars
912-235-2347 (no texts).
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